Tag Archive: Bookclub

The Cookbook Guru is Going On The Shelf 

As the new year dawns so too does what happens in our kitchens change and I’m sad to say it’s time to call it a day and place The Cookbook Guru back onto… Continue reading

Chicken Wraps With Chipotle Mayo and Salsa 

   Sherry from Sherrys Pickings has contributed this great looking chicken wrap for out book club. It appears so far we are all finding this book a little challenging, and not because it’s… Continue reading

Katie Ate Sizzling Prawns

   Lady Red Specs has shared with us a fabulous Sizzling Prawn dish inspired by What Katie Ate by Kate Quinn Davies. Sounds delicious!  Happy Reading and Happy Cooking, Leah 

Blood Orange and Rosemary Cake

   Taryn from Retro Food For Modern Times has baked a unique sounding cake for us, Blood Orange and Rosemary. A great post worth reading about the importance of quantities. Happy Reading and… Continue reading

A Delayed Arrival

Many of you would have seen a previous post from me about us expecting our first child in September of this year and the potential of a few delays over the ensuing month’s… Continue reading

Thinking about 2016…already!

This year is disappearing faster than a cake at a kids birthday party and its time for us to start contemplating next years book list.  Yes I know, already! This year’s book club… Continue reading

September/October: The River Cafe Cookbook by Rose Grey and Ruth Rogers

The next book in our series is still based in the Mediterranean, however we are branching out from breads and baked goods and heading into an Italian inspired cookbook called The River Cafe… Continue reading

May/June: Margaret Fulton Cookbook (1969)

 From spending the past two month’s focused on the cuisine of Morocco we are now turning our attention much closer to home, for most of us.  Margaret Fulton is an Australian Food icon,… Continue reading

March/April: The Food of Morocco by Paula Wolfert

Somehow the first two month’s of this year have flown by and we already find ourselves welcoming in March.  With the changing of the month’s comes time for us to welcome a new… Continue reading

January/February: Jane Grigson’s Vegetable Book

I was first introduced to Jane Grigson when I purchased her ‘English Food’ from a second-hand bookstore.  I read the book like a novel, even though it was very much a cookbook, and… Continue reading

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